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Posted June 18, 2014 in the News

The virtual online graduate – profile of students of California Virtual Academies

There were no lunchroom trades or pre-prom boutonnieres during Hannah Ling's years in elementary and high school.

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Posted October 03, 2012 in Media Center

Yes on Prop 30 - White Board

Yes on Prop 30 - White Board

As state controller, my job is to watch the money.I support Prop 30 because it means no more school cuts, with strict accountability.Sacramento politicians can't touch the money,and Prop 30 requires annual...

Posted July 28, 2014 in Press Releases

Educators at California’s Largest Virtual Charter School Choose to Form Teachers Union

State Verifies Choice By 750 Employees of Affiliate of K12, Inc.

SACRAMENTO — A clear majority of educators employed by the California Virtual...

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Posted June 27, 2014 in Media Center

CTA Strategic Plan | Our Union, Our Future

In early 2012 The California Teachers Association embarked upon a strategic planning process at the direction of its State Council of Education, and under the guidance of the Labor Education and Research...

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Posted August 01, 2014 in Press Releases

CTA Summer Institute of Vital Training Kicks Off Sunday At UCLA For 1,000 California Educators

CTA to Live-Stream Common Core Workshops for 900 More

LOS ANGELES – Nearly a week of cutting-edge academic, political mobilizing and communications...

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Posted August 22, 2014 in Press Releases

Educators Kick Off Degrees Not Debt Campaign that Offers Relief to College Graduates

BURLINGAME—National Education Association President-elect Lily Eskelsen García along with California Teachers Association President

Posted October 08, 2013 in the News

State schools chief Tom Torlakson unveils new web help for students exploring college and careers

California students have new online help as they plan for careers and college, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced today.

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Posted August 01, 2013 in the News

MOOC Bill Dead for Now

A controversial California bill to pass off untold thousands of state college students to nontraditional providers of instruction, some of them for-profit or unaccredited, is dead for now.

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Posted March 23, 2012 in California Educator

Targeted teacher fights back

Michael Guardino uses one word to describe his school’s online cyberbully, and that’s “coward.”

The student opened up a Facebook account and posed as Guardino. He then “friended” other students...

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Posted March 23, 2012 in California Educator

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Cyberbullying of teachers

When Calisa Holm's administrator entered her classroom at the end of the school day, the math teacher at Pacific Union Elementary School sensed something bad had happened. She soon learned unflattering...

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